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Socialist social media fail

If you’re going to use social media, remember that this is the Internet; your words and your pictures will be fact-checked.

The economy has been going strong while Trump has been in office, which is something the experts did not predict. And it’s working for the rich and the poor. And it’s working better for the poor than the rich!

Massachusetts is thinking about making it easier for minors to get abortions. They need parental permission to get simple meds at school, but abortions? Nah.

Here’s the tweet from the Socialist Party of Britain:

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Peter Heck

The Socialists Own Themselves Hard…and It’s Hilarious

Wages Soar Fastest among Those with the Least

What Happened on Election Day

Massachusetts May Drop Requirement That Minors Get Permission For Abortion

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Filed under: AbortionDrive-by GraphicsEconomics & TaxesSocialism

Death all around us

Happy New Year! Here’s an uplifting question to start things off; what was the leading cause of death in 2019? I’m not just talking about the US, but on a global scale, what single cause killed the most people?

A family is once again trying to get a hospital to keep their young child alive. No, this isn’t another British family fighting the NHS, this is quite a bit closer to home.

And Donald Trump is fulfilling another promise to reduce the Regulatory State.

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Abortion was leading cause of death worldwide in 2019 with 42 million killed

Planned Parenthood Loses 400,000 Donors After Killing More Babies in Abortions Than Ever Before

Judge Rules Hospital Can Shut Off 11-Month-Old Baby’s Life Support Over Mother’s Objections

Trump issues fewest regulations in 44 years, third record low

CNN settles lawsuit with Nick Sandmann

The Most Absurd PC Moments of the 2010s

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Filed under: AbortionGovernmentHealth CareSmaller Government

Who wrote those beloved Christmas songs?

As long as Democrats keep preaching socialized medicine (as most of their candidates for President are doing), I’ll keep highlighting how it’s failing. This time out, a new report showing the same old thing.

Boris Johnson and the conservative Tories in the UK had an historic win in Parliamentary elections. Brexit is happening. And, of course, like here, the Left over there is in #Resistance mode.

And who wrote those beloved Christmas songs you hear this time of year? The answer might surprise you.

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The Private Cost of Public Queues for Medically Necessary Care, 2019

Left-Wing Newspaper Advises People “How To Leave The United Kingdom” After Election Loss

‘Not my prime minister’, protesters march in London against Johnson

All those Holiday/Christmas Songs: So Many Jewish Songwriters!

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Filed under: ElectionsEuropeMedicineMusic

The Laboratories of Democracy sometimes fail

Ah, the states, those laboratories of democracy. The idea is to see if a policy works in one before using it in another, or before taking it nationally. But if something fails in one state, why would you take it up in another.

President Trump bad-mouthed NATO allies who weren’t paying their agreed-upon support to the alliance. He was criticized for that, but guess what’s been happening?

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Crime surges in Oklahoma as Republicans continue to open prison doors

WINNING: Trump Doubles NATO Countries Paying Financial Obligations, Warns ‘Delinquent’ Countries Must Pay Up

POLL: 20% of Bernie Sanders supporters say they would NOT vote for a socialist president: ‘Do they not realize’ he’s a socialist?

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Filed under: GovernmentLaw EnforcementWar

BE LESS CHIKIN

Chick-fil-A gives away a lot of its profits to charities. Recently, they made an announcement that seems like it was trying to appease those who protest it. I’ll explain my thoughts.

Getting sued for $2 million for exposing the truth is bad enough. Losing your case is worse.

The British Universities and College Union has decided to drop objective truth. If you are lily white and say you’re black, you won’t get an argument from them. We’re losing objective truth in academia.

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Amid pushback, Chick-fil-A ends donations to Christian charities that oppose LGBT lifestyles

Chick-Fil-A Is Made to Care: Caves to Progressives. Abandons Salvation Army.

GLAAD says Chick-fil-A donation shift not enough, company needs to “unequivocally speak out against anti-LGBTQ reputation”

WALSH: Chick-Fil-A Just Caved To The Rage Mob. They’re About To Learn The Hard Way That Surrendering Never Pays Off.

Jury awards Planned Parenthood $2M over secretly recorded investigative videos

World’s largest higher education union says anyone can identify as black, regardless of skin color

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Filed under: AbortionEducationHuman SexualityMediaPartisanshipTolerance and DiversityTransgender

Whistleblower hits close to home?

The whistleblower has been fired! That darn Donald Trump; how could he? No, not that whistleblower. This one was fired by those protecting the identity and job of the other one. Ironic.

If the Senate has to take up the impeachment trial this year or early next, this could cause an awkward situation for some Democrats running for President.

Richard Dawkins, noted atheist, is changing his mind about Christianity, or at least about how the idea of a belief in God changes behavior. He’s not converting, but he’s seeing how the lack of such belief (that is, how human nature on its own) doesn’t seem to work as well.

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Leaked Insider Recording From ABC News Reveals Network Executives Killed Bombshell Story Implicating Jeffrey Epstein

‘This just got a million times worse’: Yashar Ali’s scoops on fired CBS News employee Ashley Bianco point to a bona fide media mega-scandal

ABC Insider: Why I, alone, released the Amy Robach Epstein tape.

Impeachment Will Affect the 2020 Democratic Race—and Not in the Way That You Think

Atheists sound the alarm: Decline of Christianity is seriously hurting society

Episode 131: Atheist for Christianity, Please Don’t Describe Criminals, and Multiculturalism vs Safety [Consider This]

America’s Pile of Uneaten Bacon Is the Biggest in 48 Years

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Filed under: ElectionsMediaReligionUncategorized

Brian Kilmeade

I had the honor (once again!) to interview Brian Kilmeade, of Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends”. He has another book out with a deep-dive into an historical event called, “Sam Houston and the Alamo Avengers: The Texas Victory That Changed American History”.

While the story of the Alamo is familiar to most, few remember how Sam Houston led Texians after a crushing loss to a shocking victory that secured their freedom and paved the way for America’s growth.

You can buy his book at his own website or on Amazon.

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BrianKilmeade.com

On Twitter, @kilmeade

Bio at FoxNews.com

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Filed under: Brian KilmeadeInterviews

Episode 271: #SaveJamesYounger

James Younger

A 7-year-old boy is the latest victim in a sexual orthodoxy that will not let you disagree with it. The father is trying to save him from a gender transitioning that he is convinced was brought on at the urging of his mother since the boy was 3.

Can a 7-year-old really make that kind of decision?

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‘Mommy says I’m a girl’: Dad fights to save 7-year-old son from gender ‘transition’

Jury rules against dad trying to save his 7-year-old from gender ‘transition’

WALSH: Here Is The One Crucial Detail Everyone Is Overlooking In The Case Of The ‘Transgender’ 7-Year-Old

Judge rules dad will have say in gender ‘transition’ of 7-year-old

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Filed under: Human SexualityTransgender

Good news and bad news

This time out I’m talking about good news and bad news on the medical front.

The good news is that one set of parents in the UK succeeded where the parents of Charie Gard and Alfie Evans failed. Is it a trend? I hope so.

The bad news is that, in Canada, if you can’t afford your health care, they’re certainly willing to help you die.

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Parents of severely disabled Tafida Raqeeb, five, win the right to keep her on life support and take her to Italy for treatment despite doctors arguing she has permanent brain damage and no chance of recovery

Disabled 41-Year-Old Man is Euthanized After Funding for Home Health Care Runs Out

B.C. man receives assisted death after funding cut for in-home care

‘OK’ hand gesture added to list of white supremacist hate symbols

ASL sign for: nine

OK gesture [Wikipedia]

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Filed under: Medicine

The 6-year-old and the cricket

A funny Facebook post from a friend of mine shows the similarities between what a 6-year-old does with crickets and what our government does.

A college student looking for beer money comes into a windfall and does the right thing with it. One reporter decides to smear him. The results say more about the reporter and today’s Cancel Culture(tm) than it does about the college student.

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Today, Explained [Winner of the 2019 Podcast Awards in the Politics & News category]

WALSH: A Man Raised Money For Sick Kids, So Journalists Went Through His Old Tweets To Humiliate Him. This Is Psychotic.

Viral beer money guy Carson King raises nearly $3 million

Reporter who exposed good Samaritan’s old, offensive tweets loses job over his own old, offensive tweets

Reporter who exposed racist tweets no longer at the paper after readers revealed his offensive tweets

Iowa reporter who found a viral star’s racist tweets slammed when critics find his own offensive posts

Fired Des Moines Register reporter blames “right-wing ideologues,” likens backlash to oppression faced by women, minorities

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Filed under: ImmigrationMedia

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